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, but they can't put the genie back in the bottle and they can't stop the "irevolution." >> piers: tonight it be tatum o'neal, her battles with addiction, to hell and back. now she tells her incredible life story. the drugs, her marriage to bad boy john mcenroe and most of all, a troubled relationship with her father. tonight tatum o'neal talking as never before about ryan. your brother said that your father gave him drugs. did he do that to you? >> you'll have to ask him. >> piers: why are you reluctant to talk? >> because we have a show we're doing. i just don't want to say incriminating things that are going to make it harder to kind of make peace. i know for sure my dad made a lot of mistakes. i am sure that he's living with them today. >> piers: this is "piers morgan tonight." tatum, welcome. i want to show you an incredible moment from your career to kick things off. >> okay. >> and if you ain't my pa, i want my $200. >> huh? >> i want my $200. i heard you through the door talking to that man. it's my money gout and i want it. i want my money. you took my $200! >> will you quiet down
today. >> this is piers morgan tonight. >> piers: this is "piers morgan tonight." tatum, welcome. i want to show you an incredible moment from your career to kick things off. >> okay. >> and if you ain't my pa, i want my $200. >> huh? >> i want my $200. i heard you through the door talking to that man. it's my money and i want it. i want my money. you took my $200! >> will you quiet down here. >> i want my $200! >> piers: that was the role that made tatum o'neal a superstar, "paper moon." her life off-screen has been tumultuous. that life is documented in "ryan and tatum, the o'neals." debuting on the o network. how you are? >> i am well. >> you're like part of my life. we were almost born in the same year. when you were winning your oscars, i was dreaming of winning oscars. i grew up with your dad and the whole thing reverberating. >> great. i always thought were you part of our family. so here we are. we look a little alike. >> piers: maybe we are part of the same family. tell me this, fascinating the history between you two. it's been checkered to put it mildly. do you have an overwhe
partners, who run the building at pier 39, or lower, number of poor tenants have participated as well as major corporations and entities throughout the city. as you may know, they counted approximately 5500 attendees, which has been a terrific thing for the city. there has been a lot of collaboration in the city to be ready to host all of these delegates. on sunday, the conference kicked off here at the ferry building. before participated in a media brunch for more than 450 international and domestic journalists, and we had a table, which included a lot of information about our peer 27 cruise terminal project but also had a very coveted america's cup trophy. as you can imagine, ours was the most popular table. so attendees lined up to take their pictures in front of the cup all morning long and take a little bit out san francisco maritime home with them, i want to thank the golden gate yacht club and members of the america's cup event authority for their assistance. following the brunch on sunday, there was a tour on the waterfront with some of the journalism attendees, and that was l
stakeholders would like us to be. one of the issues we talked about along this line is that pier 23, in the special area plan half of it, is supposed to be removed. when you do a major project at the pier 27 through 31 location. pier 23, as part of that historic district nomination, is part of that resource, and staff have forwarded the notion that it may not be wise to remove the back half of that pier, that that could be a significant impact to an important historic resource, and the pier itself was in good condition. we found that some people were really went to the trade-offs that were made in the original special area plan. a great deal of other participants in the process of the value of keeping the back half of pier 23. that is an issue i think we need to explore more in the process. what happens towards the end of the interview process is the america's cup. it was something being negotiated concurrent with many of the interviews. it was not a direct topic area that was discussed in most of the interviews because it did not become a reality until the end of the interview proc
planning and design guidelines workshops, this thursday evening, june 16, at pier 1, from 5:30 until 7:30. they will focus on improving it cited and the site furnishing. the meeting is from 5:30 until 7:30 at pier 1, and we already have a draft. his agent online at sfgport.com/bluegreenway, and will be taking, it's on that until july. you can leave your comments on line. we welcome the comments. it is an exciting project for us. the next item is the final environmental impact report for the brannon street wharf, at long last heard by the city planning commission this thursday, june 16, and we sincerely hope that will be certified. this is the final eir for the project, which has spent 11 years in conceptual design. it is finally moving forward. banks to the generosity of multiple sources, including the bond measure, the project is fully funded -- thanks to the generosity of multiple sources. that is really exciting news for us and we are looking for to that at long last. as i think you already know, this week, the oracle racing has debuted to of their ac-45 vessels for the running of t
39 piers, but if you include all the substructures and buildings, we have close to 100 facilities. even inspecting the critical facilities, it will take days, because we have to send people out in the boats, to inspect the pilings underneath, and then let's take for example the ferry building. although we have the building component, we do not have the substructure component. >> the intent of my question -- i just wanted to understand the completion of the timeline of this if it is extend it. i was not sure reading the material with the existing plan was, and allow it to be sure there was a plan. i understand the resources may be limited and may not be as well as what you would like, and this new plan may give you a better road map. i just went to make sure that anything did happen between now and the completion of the new plan we do have a plan. >> we do have a plan in place, but we have limited resources. we may not be able to do everything we want to do in the short time. that is why we're trying to bring private industry on board, and they will be on-call. if something happens
of the contract for the pier 70 solicitation? >> that was about $10,000 over three months. >> this is all really very new to us. i apologize i cannot draw the picture, but we did retain the services of the pr firm to help us. for the pier 70 contract. it was a very discreet task, and to answer your question, that is based off of that experience and something similar to that. i think your point is well taken. >> my experience is there has to be some sort of went up for them to understand and maintenance, and addition to be about to respond to the special circumstances. >> it is not a large sum of money for all of the work we have between now and then. bu>> having been on both sides f this process, and that many of the contracts, many of the contractors recognize public agencies did not have the same kind of funding as the private sector, and they recognize that in their response. it does not go as far as many of the responders would recognize. >> my only point today, is this going to be sufficient funding. i think it is good to try to work these issues through. >> and it was a big stretch for us
on those conditions, we have asked through the mechanism similar to what we did at pier 70 last year, that the city and port would be able to capture more of the revenue, the tax increment revenue through this mechanism. currently, we only have the ability to capture sixty-five cents of every tax increment dollar. it is generated through new development. in this district, that would raise it from 65 to ninety cents of every dollar tax capture. it has similar safeguards. the state has oversight. that would go through the state investment bank to be certain these are projects that are of statewide interest. anyway, this has also passed all the way through the assembly. it has deemed to be a revenue bill, as it should be. it is currently being heard at the senate rules committee schedule on july 6. after that, it will probably go into recess until august to go through the appropriation reviews process, and hopefully we get through that process this year. other bills ended up being two- year bills because of the additional scrutiny of the state is having with the tight revenue bills. tha
of the changes, reducing the rates at pier 9 office from 250 to 195. and we have included a submerged land rate, which we have not had, which we traditionally charge for, and now we will codify, memorialize the right so we can track it. regarding parking, the number of parking lots, most of our parking is done through a concession lease. however, we maintained it 357 individual parking stalls. they help us maintain office vacancy rates. that market has somewhat stabilized. it is flat, as is the office market, so we're not proposing any changes in the parking rate. we have done exhaustive studies, you have seen the staff reports, so i think everybody is comfortable there. the income to the port is about $390,000. these two areas of business, we contract with a third party, a consultant, and they seem to agree with our conclusions. filming and special events, that continues to be a popular place, sunday streets, filming, major productions. we just had an hbo production, "hemingway." and then there are subsets of events that we have traditionally come to the commission on an adhoc basis to ask for
the as nchor tennant at pier 9 because we reduced the rate. so it does make a difference. >> in terms of when we look at the categories, you have class b fees, i am not sure how relevant, but given the location of this, location, location, location and real-estate, the fact that the building may be a certain class, but the other factors in terms of the view and others being considered. i guess when we talk to prospective tenants in terms of their alternatives, i would think somewhere house, at it is not as easy in the south bay. if you need warehouse space, you need it warehouse space, at a premium. all i am asking is hopefully to maximize what we can do in terms of office space. i know you are thinking of that as well. given the market is beginning to stabilize, whether we think there is more blessed to city these days than last year. -- whether there is more to last at -- more elasticity. >> a lot of the property week least triple net. i was surprised when it went from net to gross, from full- service to net, now they're saving seventy-five cents. if you were to run it off at pier 9 and you
of the pier 27 shed and a portion of the 29 shed that intersects with 27. that removal is a greater level of removal than the proposed pier 23 removal by and the special area planned. we would propose that that removal would be a trade-off for pier 23, allowing us to keep that historic resources. it will allow us to keep the potential to acre plaza at the end appeared 27 and 29 that needs to be used for cruise ship provisioning when there are cruise ships in place, but it could serve as important public access when it is not in use for crews purposes. without getting too lost in the details, we see a need to plan additional public access improvements. possibly on the west side of the embarcadero. we are also looking at additional removal options. possibly phased removal of the non-historic connector shed. it is called pier 19 and 1/2 and it would provide great views of the bay. that is the port staff initial proposal on the public benefits in vision that the site. we have a ways to go with stakeholders to get to the right formula. i would like to move on to the america's cup special area
-historic connector shed. it is called pier 19 and 1/2 and it would provide great views of the bay. that is the port staff initial proposal on the public benefits in vision that the site. we have a ways to go with stakeholders to get to the right formula. i would like to move on to the america's cup special area planned proposal. the area on the screen is the area between pier 14 and 22 and a half. it is the open water basin in the area planned. but the new agreement requires that the port provide this space for the purposes of large spectator vessels during the races. in to permit dredging in this area. it would need to be to a debt of about 12 feet. promising that long-term in that location from the event authority. the proposal for this special area plan would be related only to the special use of this location for the race. it would permit these large spectator wrote vessels in the park with docs installed on a temporary basis, moved after the race. i have to say to the commission that the feedback we have gotten on this proposal has not been great. the lincoln park area provides extraordinary v
closed doors at the playboy mansion. this is "piers morgan tonight." >> i want to welcome my special guest of this evening, hugh hefner. hugh, could i call you hugh? hef? what do you like to be called? >> hef. >> hef. what do you make of what's going on in the world right now? you've been through so many things, the cold war, the vietnam war, the end of the russian revolution. what do you make of what we're seeing now? >> very exciting. and i think quite unexpected. i think it is a modern and very different kind of revolution in which twittering seems to play a major role which is -- >> you tweet, of course. >> i do. when i was in high school i was a jitter bug. now i'm a twitter bug. >> but it's fascinating to see so many of these young people in the middle east taking on these old dictators and bringing them down through shear force of we want change. isn't it? >> well, it is the purest form of democracy. in other words, to be able to be heard everywhere around the world is wonderful. very exciting times. >> you've always campaigned for equality and freedom. you always stood for th
, there was paris. you might say we've got, well, a little history. >> hi, piers, it's me paris. >> you probably think you know everything about paris hilton, but this is the other paris, the one you don't know. >> i haven't seen you since we got married in vegas. good times. >> miss hilton has made her share of headlines. she's never told the real story until tonight. >> girls got to are some secrets, but i'll tell you everything. after all, we were married, sort of. >> paris hilton, her fabulous life, her loves, those scandals and what her mother thinks of the whole shebang. >> paris, did you really marry piers? >> paris and kathy hilton tell it all. this is "piers morgan tonight." kathy, welcome. >> thank you. >> how are you both? >> very good. >> really good. >> paris? do you feel like you've been to the lion's den a little bit tonight? >> a little bit. >> why? >> i always get nervous in interviews, especially being at cnn. >> why cnn? >> because it's just, you know, very serious place and you make me nervous. >> do you think people take you seriously? >> when people know me, they do. >> wou
>> that's it for 360. piers morgan starts now. see you tomorrow. >>> latoya jackson lived her extraordinary life in the spotlight, now she's starting over. her looks, love life, strained relationship with her family, all of it makes headlines. that's what you know about her. we want to know the real la toya. >> piers, there are certain things i haven't told anyone. tonight, of you and your brother, michael. because of course, the irony, brother, michael. because of course, the irony, you're starting over, michael can't. he is no longer with us. he is a big figure in this book. tell me about the motivation. was it michael dying that motivated you to write this new book? >> actually, piers, i started to write this in 2008, and i kept writing and kept writing. there was always something that was coming up that prevented me from actually putting it out. i finally got the nerve to put it out eventually, it was on the back burner awhile, then the tragedy happened with michael, that's when i moved forward because i felt it was something that was necessary. i think it is important for
's what you know about her. do you know the real la toya? >> piers, there are certain things i haven't told anyone. tonight, i'll tell you. >> tonight she speaks out what it was like growing up a jackson. >> there's a misconception of what people think the family is, what the family should be. >> marriage to an abusive manager. >> what was he doing to you? >> he was beating me. >> why she thinks michael was murdered. >> michael told me they were going to murder him. he was afraid. >> la toya jackson for the hour, this is "piers morgan tonight." la toya jackson's second medical quarter is called "starting over." la toya joins us now. welcome, la toya. >> thank you, thank you for having me. >> listen, it is a fascinating book title, i would say, and a great cover picture of you and your brother, michael. because of course, the irony, you're starting over, michael can't. >> absolutely. >> he's no longer with us. he's a big figure in this book. tell me about the motivation. was it michael dying that motivated you to write this new book? >> actually, no, piers. i started writing this book
>>> thank you for joining us "in the arena." good night from new york. "piers morgan tonight" starts "piers morgan tonight" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> could the next president of the united states come from new jersey? tonight i'll talk to hometown boy made good, governor chris christie, and find out. >> i'm making this decision based on whether i believe in my heart that i'm ready to be president of the united states and that i want to be president of the united states right now. >> tea party loves him, and democrats fear him. sounds like the formula for a perfect republican presidential candidate. chris christie says he's not running for president. well, not yet. >> i'm 100% certain i'm not going to run. >> he's a budget-slashing reformer, a tough-talking former federal prosecutor, and a jersey boy born and bred. >> you are adorable. >> thank you. >> he's a bruce springsteen fanatic. so could chris christie secretly be born to run? >> what's your favorite song, born to run? >> no. "thunder road." >> did you see what i did there? born to run?
a conversation to bbc. they asked you at the end of the conversation a question about your replacement, piers morgan. you can't replace you. piers morgan. you had some comments about him that got a lot of pickup. >> what i said is they overpromoted and no one could be the equal of that promotion. so piers' promotion was i'm dangerous. i'm the water cooler. i'm going change your life. you can't do that. when you do that, no one can equal that. it wasn't piers. it was me. if i'm doing a special next week and i say to you watch this special. this is the greatest special ever made. it ain't the greatest special and no one is dangerous. can be dangerous hosting a talk show because they can turn you off. i said that to him on his show. he understood it. it came out that i was criticizing him. i was criticizing the method of promotion that they were using. he and cnn had agreed to it to go on. i like piers a lot by the way. i think he is very good. tavis: this question is not connected to anything. i'm a fan of his and i'm a fan of yours. i was just in new york interviewing him at the tribeca film f
? jack welch live for the hour. this is "piers morgan tonight." good evening. i'll bring in jack welch in a moment. first, some breaking news on the weiner-gate scandal. in their words, quote, to preserve his own dignity. we've also learned weiner called former president bill clinton on monday to express personal regret for his actions. weiner's wife is a top aide to secretary of state hillary clinton. and "the new york times" is reporting abedin may be pregnant. i never thought my opening words to you are let's talk wieners. what do you make of this? >> it's a tough go for this guy. you know, his credibility is shot to hell and that's a tough deal. >> can he survive or should he just resign do you think? >> can you survive if you don't have credibility and don't have trust in the public office? >> you tell me. >> can you? i don't know how. i don't know how but -- >> he should go, you think. >> i don't know how you would get up and start to represent your constituents with no credibility and no trust. the way he treated the press and everybody else and denying everything and -- accordi
confronting our economy. hope you'll join us tomorrow night. thank for joining us. "piers morgan tonight" starts right now. >>> tonight, keeping america great, what would it take to turn this country's economy around? i'll ask a man who really knows. >> america is going to come back. >> jack welsh ran one of the world's biggest corporations. what would he do to get america winning again? what do you think of president obama's attempts to stem the financial crisis? >> there are too many people out there who are still out of work without a job that allows hem to save a little money or create the life they want for their families. that's unacceptable to me. it's unacceptable to all of you. >> jack welch, one of america's most successful ever bosses, gives us his secrets for the success in business. >> i hired great people. >> who would he hire to run the country? what does he think of the republican field? what's his advice for politicians who fall from grace? jack welch live for the hour. this is "piers morgan tonight." good evening. i'll bring in jack welch in a moment. first, some breaki
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